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Glencoe Science Ch.11
is for raw materials such as carbon dioxide, water vapor and waste gases to enter and exit the leaf
that are green pigments that make chloroplasts green
a process during which plants chlorophyll traps light energy and sugars are produced
a series of chemical reactions that look down food molecules and release energy
a response of a plant to external stimuli movement caused by change in growth
type of plant hormone that causes the plant stems and leaves to exhibit positive response to light
plant's response to the number of hours of daylight and darkness it receives
plant that generally requires short-nights-less than 12 hours of darkness-to begin the flowering process
plants that generally require long-nights-12 or more hours of darkness-to begin flowering process
plant that does not require a specific photoperiodism and can begin the flowering process over a range of night lengths